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This is the C&F-wide forum for posting notices of any instruments which have been lost or stolen, or have gone missing.

Titles should include at least the type of instrument (flute, fiddle, etc.), the place of disappearance, and the nature of the loss.

Example: Stolen: Generation D whistle in Timbuktu

Reports linked from other sources or internet sites should include the basic information in addition to just the link.

In order to limit cross-posting, and to keep reporting and information centralized in one place, a post linking to a notice here (but not a copy) may be posted in ONE other C&F forum, typically the forum of the instrument involved.

Of course, follow-up posts to announce found or recovered instruments are always welcome!

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 4:16 am 
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Hi Gentlemen (and Ladies!),

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Last week I posted off a practice set of UPs to a customer the USA. This is the practice set in Palo Santo that I had up on Ebay. Despite sending it via our Post Office's supposedly secure tracked system, it did not even make it into the system and I believe it has been stolen. It could be on either side of the Pond, so would you keep your eyes open for a 4 key Taylor style chanter in Palo Santo, Brass and Alternative Ivory. No doubt about it's provenance, only I and Chris Bayley make these chanters; his are stamped, mine are not. Bellows have the flush fitting outlet plate with brass shield and brass plate strain reliefs. Bag stocks are also in Palo Santo, fitted into a square style bag in Sage Green leather.

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